Gravitas Acquires ‘Machine’ Documentary; Lionsgate Releases ‘The Swing of Things’ Trailer; Fox Soul Picks Up ‘Unpacked with Hari Williams’ – News Briefs

Gravitas Acquires ‘Machine’ Documentary; Lionsgate Releases ‘The Swing of Things’ Trailer; Fox Soul Picks Up ‘Unpacked with Hari Williams’ – News Briefs
Gravitas Ventures has obtained the North American rights Machine, a documentary about the rise of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning from I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead filmmaker Justin Krook. Set for an on-demand release on September 8, the James Maclurcan and Luke Mazzaferro-written film travels from Japan, Germany, America, Australia, and the United Nations in Geneva featuring inventors, engineers and thought leaders as they tackle the myriad of ethical dilemmas this radical new technology brings. Michael Hilliard and Luke Mazzaferro produced the pic via Australia-based production company Finch in association with Supper Club. Finch’s Rob Galluzzo, Supper Club’s David Gelb, Jason Sterman, Brian McGinn, and Sean Mckeever and Nick Cleaver served as executive producers. Endeavor Content negotiated the deal with Tony Piantedosi, Vice President of Acquisitions at Gravitas Ventures.


Luke Wilson, Olivia Culpo, Adelaide Kane, Jon Lovitz, and Glee alum Chord Overstreet star in The Swing of Things,
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The Best Comics of 2018

Jim Dandy Dec 27, 2018

Another year in the books, another batch of incredible comics for you to read! These are the best comics of 2018.

Comics, like all art, can be a mirror on society or a safe harbor from its worst tendencies, and thankfully again in 2018, we got some incredible books this year. I’ve been watching our pull lists since the calendar flipped in January, keeping an eye out for the best comics to share with you, and we’ve finally cut it down to just 10. But first, a few honorable mentions.

Yoshitoki Oima’s To Your Eternity was probably the best new manga I read this year, but I kept it off the list because as good as the newest volumes are, the first one is stellar and it was published too early. Transformers: Unicron is a great way to end a fascinating era of Transformers comics, one that
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The Gifted episode 1: every X-Men and Marvel Easter Egg

Jim Dandy Oct 9, 2017

Our Us chums have created a complete guide to every Marvel and X-Men Easter egg you might have missed in The Gifted episode 1...

Warning: contains episode one spoilers.

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With The Gifted, the X-Men get a TV show that's not a weird 60s trip or some early 90s Matt Frewer nonsense. And because they're digging through 50 years of continuity, we're here to help you catch every reference, joke, allusion or sight gag we can.

- The first mutant we're introduced to is Blink. Clarice Ferguson was created by Scott Lobdell and Joe Madureira in 1994 as part of the Phalanx Covenant event. She was a member of the Generation X era of students, but she died helping them escape their techno-organic captors. Despite only being around for about four issues,
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